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Public Opinion Data
Nearly half of Americans (47%) now say Washington should urge Kyiv to settle for peace as soon as possible.
But American concern about large numbers of immigrants and refugees coming into the country has steadily decreased over the past decades.
Black Americans are supportive of aid to Ukraine, but less likely than other Americans to back an open-ended support of Kyiv “for as long as it takes.”
But those feeling an economic pinch are more likely to say that Moscow should enter peace negotiations.
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On some of the most significant issues of the day, including how the United States should respond to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Americans across party lines are in agreement, albeit often for different reasons.
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